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Type of document: News
Topic: Actions/initiatives/projects
Law enforcement
Policy and Planning
Trafficking patterns
Geographic descriptors: Norway
Language: English
Publisher: aftenposten.no
Date of publication: 9 November 2004
Long Abstract: to Norway. They arrived in Oslo on December 1, 2001 and were taken to a flat in the fashionable neighborhood of Homansbyen, just behind the Royal Palace. Once there, they were repeatedly raped by two men assigned to guard them. Police claim they also were injected with heroin, to make them more submissive. Stripped and peddled for sale A few days later, a Norwegian man showed up at the flat with a camera. Both women were stripped and photographed, and then advertised for sale in a local newspaper handed out for free. Customers started calling, and the men withheld all the money that customers paid to beat, rape and abuse the women. The abuse included being burned with cigarettes. This continued until February 2002, at which point the women were arrested in a police raid. One of the women was sent back to Lithuania, the other remained in Oslo and came forward with her story. Prosecutors are going after the men involved in what they call a "shocking" case, while "Ludvig" already is serving time in Sweden. The men are being defended by lawyers Joar Berg Henjum and Brynjar Meling, best known for his defense of alleged terrorist Mullah Krekar.
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